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    Case study of a patient following an RTA

    Hello, i'm a physiotherapy student and i was wondering if i could just have a few helpful discussion points about a case study i'll be presenting later on in the week:

    "A 30 year old female reports mild dizziness following a
    minor RTA 8 weeks ago. Discuss your considerations
    and your role in the management of this patient."

    I'll be researching mainly vascular and neural disorders concerning the cervical region for this. I was wondering if there were other possible factors to consider too.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    Re: Case study of a patient following an RTA

    Vestibular system? Look for presence of nystagmus.
    Taking any new medications that might impair balance
    Anxiety



 
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